Music

Music is an important part of our worship and fellowship at St. Peter’s.  Click to go to specific Music Ministry Pages.

St. Peter’s Choir

Peter’s Voice

St. Peter’s Children’s Choir

Grace Notes Hand Bell Choir

Meet our Music Ministries Team — they lead our Music Ministries at St. Peters:

BRITTANY SPICER

Chief Music Ministries Team Director

St. Peter’s Contemporary Worship Band Director

Brittany Spicer is a life-long member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. She attended Salisbury Christian School and Parkside High School. In high school Brittany was involved with Wicomico County’s Visual and Performing Arts Program. Ms. Spicer has been classically trained in voice for over 20 years. Brittany has studied music at Carnegie Mellon University, Shenandoah University, and Salisbury University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from Salisbury University as well as several Master’s level credits in education from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She is well versed in all genres of music and has a strong Episcopalian background. Brittany is currently a music teacher at a local private school and teaches pre-k through the 8th grade. Her ultimate goal is to teach in a religious environment carrying out her love for the Lord. Ms. Spicer is excited for the future direction being taken at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and feels highly honored to be employed as the Chief Music Ministries Team Director and The Contemporary Worship Team Director.

 

ROBERT YOUNG

Organist and St. Peter’s Choir Director

Robert Young is an accomplished conductor and organist, with a long and successful career as a professional church musician.  During his career he has served a handful of churches on the East Coast dramatically increasing participation, finances and music ministry opportunities.  He is a sacred music graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, where he studied conducting/choral building with Dennis Shrock, Robert Simpson, Elaine Brown, and Joseph Flummerfelt; and church music with John & Helen Kemp, Frauke Hauseman, James Litton, Paul Manz, Eric Routley, David Wilcox and Alec Wyton.  Robert is recently retired making his home in Salisbury with us here at St. Peter’s as Organist and the Director of the Adult Choir.

 

RICK FAHEY

Peter’s Voice

Rick Fahey is a member of the group Peter’s Voice who play both at Saint Peter’s and throughout the Mid-Atlantic with their eclectic mix of Christian, secular and original music. They have produced two full length CDs of original music and are working on a third. Rick has played guitar and sang  in contemporary services since he has a teenager in the Catholic Church in Western New York then on to the Washington DC area and then to Saint Peter’s.

 

MEGAN FENOGLIETTO

St. Peter’s Hand Bell Choir Director

Megan C. Fenoglietto is a member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and Director of the Hand Bell Choir, Grace Notes.  She has been ringing with the group since 2009, but has been a musician since childhood.  As a highly involved ad motivated member of Grace Notes, she participated in the Hand Bell Musicians of America Spring Festival in Ocean City, Maryland for several years and served as the substitute and interim director.  She has also attended several local hand bell workshops with a skilled and renowned clinician and a regional directors workshop sponsored by Hand Bell Musicians of America.  She recently conducted a local chime choir.  Grace Notes is a wonderful group consisting of musicians of all ages and she is honored to be their Director.

 

CALVIN COLLINS

St. Peter’s Children’ Choir Director